While some states have begun slowly reopening parts of the economy, not everyone is willing to live every day as if nothing has changed,media reported. While restaurants in some cities have even begun to reopen, many will continue to avoid public places for the foreseeable future. So takeaways are a vital life choice, and Uber has just launched a new feature to improve its delivery service.
This week, Uber launched a new global feature in its app, Uber Eats, that allows users to assign a takeaway to others and can easily share the status of a takeaway delivery with a consignee. Under the new feature, users receive a tracking link after placing an order for their friends or family, so they can send it to them, which can see how far the delivery person is from them. Since it is also a real-time tracking system, users only need to send a link once.
Daniel Danker, Uber Eats’ product director, says: “Whether you want your friends to order a glass of their favorite Starbucks to make their day fun, or want your mom to eat a cupcake on Mother’s Day, or give someone you love food and drink, it’s easier than ever.” With our shared real-time tracking system, customers can see their ordered food delivered and ready to accept on the other side of the order. “